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Health Care 06 May, 2020 Follow News


There are different colours of sesame seeds. They are abundant in red, white, black and even brown. However, it’s believed that the black type is filled with more antioxidants than the others. Hence, the craze of late over the black sesame oil. This colour of the seed is recommended highly in both Chinese and Ayurvedic forms of health. They are one of the healthiest foods for your body and most researched as well. So, now is as good a time to start adding it to your daily health regimen. Why?

STRONGER HEART - The fats found in the oil are the, unsaturated omegas,” which is paramount to keeping your heart healthy each day.

HEALTHY BONES - According to Ayurvedic medicine, this is the only oil that penetrates all 7 layers of the skin deep into the body’s organs and tissues. This ultimately leads to the strengthening of your bones.

BETTER DIGESTION - It contains healthy fatty acids which work to help in lubricating the intestines. In doing so the health of your gut is greatly enhanced.

RELIEVES STRESS - The magnesium and calcium component of the oil helps in relieving stress. The tryptophan and thiamine help with the production of serotonin, a compound in the body that helps reduce pain, balance moods and make sweet slumber a possibility.

REDUCES AGING - Traditional Chines Medicine recommends the oil to delay, and even reverse common signs of aging such as loss of hearing, poor memory, poor eyesight and hair loss, as well as, hair colour. The minerals and vitamin in the seeds help fight these age related symptoms. It also fights the unsightly formation of wrinkles as well.

IMPROVED CIRCULATION - The seeds are one of nature’s richest sources of zinc and copper. These are responsible for the production of red blood cells which carry oxygen to the lungs and ultimately the rest of the body. So, during next shopping pick some black sesame oil and get a health boost. God bless my readers. Stay well and safe.

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